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Marquette Production breakdown :

Style

Model #
Totals

2 Dr. Sedan

30

4,722

Sport Roadster

34

2,636

Phaeton

35

2,170

Business Coupe

36

2,475

Special Coupe

36S

4,505

4 Dr. Sedan

37

16,123

Stripped Chassis

371

1,980

Stripped chassis

372

396

Total US Marquette Production

35,007


Oshawa, Ontario Canada Marquette Production:
2 dr Sedan
30 230
196
Roadster
30 234
33
Roadster Export left hand drive
30 234 DX
22
Buisness Coupe (trunk back)
30 236
170
Special (Sport) Coupe (rumble seat)
30 236 S
130
4 dr Sedan
30 237
1,812
4 dr Sedan Export left hand drive
30 237 DX
3
4 dr Sedan chassis
20 233
1
4 dr Sedan Chassis Export left hand drive
30 233 DX
60
4 dr Sedan Chassis Export right hand drive for England
30 233 X
606
Phaeton chassis left hand drive
30 235
84
Total Oshawa Ontario Canada Marquette Production:
3,117

Total Regina Saskatchewan Canada Marquette Production
2 dr Sedan
20 230
35
Buisness Coupe (trunk back)
30 236
30
4 dr Sedan
30 237
236
Total Oshawa Ontario Canada Marquette Production:

301
Total Canadian Marquette Production:
3,418


Total Marquette Production US & Canada:
38,425



Exported Marquettes were sold in England, France, Germany, South Africa, South America and Australia to name a few.   The largest group of Marquettes exported were sent to Australia!

There were complete Marquette's as well as Marquette Sedan chassis and Phaeton chassis exported to Australia.   These complete cars and chassis were right hand drive cars and those that were exported as a bare chassis, were then converted by Holden Coachworks, of Adelaide, Australia. Holden Motor Body Builders bodied 465 Marquette Sedans and 303 Tourers, all in 1929.



Marquette's imported into the UK, were prepared by Bedford Vehicles in Hendon England. Bedford Vehicles was a subsidiary of Vauxhall Motors who produced commercial vehicles in the UK. Vauxhall and Bedford Vehicles were acquired by General Motors in the Mid 1920's. Bedford Vehicles or Bedford-Buick (I have found both listings,) prepared not only Marquette's for the UK market, but prepared the GM list of regulars including: Buick, Chevrolet, Cadillac/LaSalle, Oakland/Pontiac plus Chevrolet and GMC Trucks.



There were a total of 3,465 Marquettes exported around the world.

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Last updated Wednesday, May 3, 2006